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vikkyvik 09 Nov 17, 16:25Post
md88dawg wrote:That detail is stunning--not the most pleasant of insects, but you can appreciate that craftsmanship and teamwork (from a safe distance or with a camera!).


Thanks! Yes, it was quite interesting watching them work. They were entirely focused on their work, and left me completely alone, even though I was standing about 4 feet away (shooting with my 100-400).

I'd also never seen wasps with that reddish coloration before, so that was cool.

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md88dawg 25 Nov 17, 05:36Post
While heading back to San Diego, this was a quick stop in the Cleveland National Forest. I wish I could remember which area this was, but there was no cell signal to get a location.

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Lucas (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 26 Apr 18, 03:03Post
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mhodgson (ATC & Photo Quality Screener & Founding Member) 26 Apr 18, 21:29Post
Tried some photography of things with a different type of wing!

ImageIMG_8585 by Martin Hodgson, on Flickr

ImageIMG_8493 by Martin Hodgson, on Flickr

ImageIMG_8466 by Martin Hodgson, on Flickr

Also seen on the trip was this adder - quite a surprise!
ImageIMG_8442 by Martin Hodgson, on Flickr
There's the right way, the wrong way and the railway.
Lucas (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 27 Apr 18, 03:44Post
Dang Martin, that lens gives some fantastic detail. Nice.
vikkyvik 27 Apr 18, 14:13Post
Nice shots, both of you.

I have nothing new to share...
JLAmber (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 27 Apr 18, 15:10Post
mhodgson wrote:Also seen on the trip was this adder - quite a surprise!


The things you see in Salford! ;)

I haven't picked up a camera in a long time. I have a new lens from Christmas that's still in the box.
A million great ideas...
TNCB 28 May 18, 14:01Post
Went to Dublin for 24h last week and managed to bag my absolute bucketlist photo for this destination:

ImageTrinity College Old Library - The Long Room by Kas van Zonneveld, on Flickr
Paul Chandler1 01 Jul 18, 19:20Post
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family of swans and 10 cygnets i saw yesterday on the Basingstoke Canal
vikkyvik 02 Jul 18, 19:22Post
Some photos from my recent trip back home to Massachusetts, starting off with four heron's nests:

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symphonicpoet 02 Aug 18, 20:01Post
^Lucas,

Lovely color. I particularly like the first shot of the pool and clouds and the last shot of the tent at night. But there's a bunch in the middle showing up as broken links. Not sure if there's any way to fix that, but . . .

^mhodgson,

Lovely little birds. Finches of one stripe or another? (Clearly no birder I.) Great photographs, in any case! Also well done with the adder. Surprised it stands out that well from the foliage around it.

^TNCB,

I can understand why you would want that as a bucket list shot. Well captured!

^vikkyvik,

Great stuff as always. I particularly like the house emerging from the trees at the corner of the lane. The low stone wall really helps to make that shot. And the red barn in the last one is great as well. Nicely done!
symphonicpoet 03 Aug 18, 01:39Post
Nothing particularly exotic lately, but I've done a lot of shooting around St. Louis (as usual) . . .

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If you think that looks a little like an airport terminal . . . the brothers who run the place specifically requested that. Those monks have taste!

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Believe it or not, that's just the highlights. I swear.
vikkyvik 10 Aug 18, 05:13Post
Forest fire sun. It looked like sunset all day. These were taken at around 5:30 PM, so 2.5 hours before actual sunset. First one is an HDR to really get the color of the actual sun:

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vikkyvik 18 Sep 18, 01:33Post
Vegas baby:

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